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YONAHIAN '82 

PIEDMONT COLLEGE 

DEMOREST, GA. 30535 




Piedmont College Groduotes 

Moke Good! 

By 

Dr. James E. Walter 
President, Piedmont College 

Piedmont College has been built to its present strength through the success of its graduates. They succeed 
in education, in business, and in the professions. It has been my pleasure in recent months to assemble into 
a book entitled. Piedmont College Graduates Make Good, a series of narratives about our successful 
graduates. 

My message to our friends throughout the nation is rooted in the human and divine appeal portrayed in the 
New Testament. One of my special inspirations is the verse in Luke that says, "Jesus grew in wisdom, and 
stature, and in favor with God and man." I believe with all my heart that this verse applies also to the young 
men and women who come to Piedmont College and who leave its halls to make their mark in the world 
as men and women of character and as "workmen who needeth not to be ashamed." 

I believe with all my heart that people like people, especially young people, and that they are happy, as 
we are at Piedmont College, to help those who need and merit the opportunity to use their divine gifts in 
industry and enthusiasm to earn a first-class college education. 

Thus my book is addressed to those who have given of their prayers and substance on behalf of Piedmont 
College. Today Piedmont College is a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools with full 
academic stature. Its graduates are accepted gladly by graduate schools of universities throughout the nation. 
The future of the College is underlined with an encouraging endowment fund, a set of modern buildings that 
are debt free, and a free-enterprise spirit of faith in the Good Life among its students, faculty, and trustees 

A second group to who the book is addressed are high-school young people who are in search of a high-quality, 
four-year college education. Frequently young people ask me if they can expect to "make good in a big 
job" if they graduate from a little college. My answer is in the narratives of this book. It is filled with the lives 
of our graduates in every field, from Joe Boyd, now Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida to Billy Frye, 
Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Michigan. My story includes Lonnie Burns, Superintendent 
of Schools, Habersham County, a recent graduate, and Claude L. Purcell, an old grad who served as 
Superintendent of the Schools of Georgia during difficult years. 

It is my hope that this Annual, like my book, will inspire a new generation of serious and deserving young 
people to enroll at Piedmont in search of a comprehensive liberal arts education. We know that our humble 
efforts have produced much more than a normal percentage of leadership; we know that our education 
at Piedmont produces the creative and maximum learning achievements of human endeavor. We know that 
our personal associations in the classrooms, the laboratories, and the playing fields prepare eager learners 
with maximum skills. 

As this Class of 1982 graduates, it is my prayer that they and all our graduates — past and future — will 
experience in their lives the enjoyment and satisfaction we have at Piedmont College in knowing that the 
young men and women whom we have as our students make good not only in earning a good living but 
also in the abundant life promised us by Jesus Christ. 







Few people could gain the respect and admiration that Dean Lane 
has cultivated from both faculty and students alike. Tirelessly, she 
assumes responsibilities, going out of her way to coordinate the 
functions of Piedmont College. Her art for getting things done 
combined with her genuine friendliness have made her a key 
foundation of Piedmont. To her we dedicate this book. 



Dedicated To 
Dr. Mary C. Lane 





In Appreciation Of 
Mr. Nolan Nix 



We extend our sincere appreciation to Mr. Nolan Nix, Registrar. Mr. 
Nix entered on his duties as Registrar in the same year in which we 
began our college career as Freshmen. Throughout our years at 
Piedmont College he has been our advisor and personal counselor as 
well as "keeper of our records." We salute him for his conscientious 
attention to duty, his integrity, and his wise counsel. 




In Memory Of 
Dr. Lillian McKee 

July 24, 1904 - July 22, 1982 

Dr. Lillian McKee gave 29 years of dedicated service to Piedmont College. She was a sensitive and 
understanding individual whose achievements were many. 

Following her graduation from Thorsby Institute, Thorsby, Alabama in 1924, Dr. McKee taught for two years 
in the rural elementary schools of Macon County, Alabama. In 1926 she entered Piedmont College and was 
graduated in 1929. Following graduation from Piedmont College, Dr. McKee returned to Thorsby Institute to 
teach for five years. 

In 1930, Dr. McKee took a position in Choctaw County, southwest Alabama, as a school attendance supervisor, 
which involved casework and welfare work with underpriviledged children. Lack of a county health department 
motivated her to take the initiative in developing a clinic for crippled children and for eye, ear, nose and 
throat diseases. She also collected books, took them to schools, and started what later developed into a 
library for the county. 

In 1947, at the invitation of the then Acting President of Piedmont College, Dr. A. R. VanCleave, Dr. McKee 
came to Piedmont College as instructor in sociology. Dr. McKee was to remain in Demorest the rest of her 
life. 

In 1959, she was appointed by Dr. James E. Walter, President of Piedmont College, to the position of Director 
of Food Services for the College. This position she held until her retirement in 1976. 

In 1972, in recognition of her many services to the College, the Piedmont Board of Trustees awarded her 
the honorary degree of Doctor of Education. 

In addition to her formal duties, Dr. McKee made many notable contributions to the College and community 
through her many and versatile talents. Her interest and skill in raising plants left an enduring memorial to 
her on the College grounds. The pine forest on the edge of the present Piedmont College golf course was 
planted by her students as a class project in her course in sociology. Many of the blossoming plants, trees, 
and bushes on the present campus had their start in her rooting beds. 

Dr. McKee was an inspiration to others to use their talents and contribute to the betterment of their community. 




Administration 




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DR. JAMES E. WALTER 
President 



MR. DAVID G. SIMMONS 
Vice-President 




DR. MARY C. LANE 
Dean 




MR. NOLAN NIX 
Registrar 





MR. DUWAYNE KELLER 
Recruiter/Coach 




MRS. IREENE NELSON 
Curator, Barrfair Museum 



DR. JESSE PEIRCE 
Chaplain 



Business 
Office 




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CHARLES T. DAVIS 
Assistant to the Treasurer 




FLOIS DUCKETT 
Treasurer 




ROBERT GREGORY 
Financial Aid 




MRS. VIRGINIA PEIRCE 
Asst. Librarian 



MRS. DOROTHY READ 
Asst. Librarian 







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MR. DAVID PRATT 
Librarian 



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Faculty 




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DIANNE MIZE 

Associate Professor of Art 

A.B., M.A. 



RALPH R. BOGGESS 

Professor of Music 

B.A., M.Mus. 




CARIDAD P. LOPEZ 

Professor of Spanish 

B.L. B.S., D.Hum. 



WILLIAM H. SMITH 

Associate Professor of English 

and French 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 



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DAVID L. GREENE 

Professor of English 

B.A., A.M., Ph.D. 



CLARENCE R. DUNCAN 

Associate Professor of 

Business Administration 

B.S., M.B.A. 




JAMES P. KING 

Associate Professor of Economics 

B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D. 



WILLIAM F. O'CONNOR 

Chairman, Division of Education 

B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D. 



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A. JANE JOHNSON 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B.Ed., M.Ed. 



L. O'NEAL CAVE 

Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., M.A., D.Ed. 





RALPH B. SINGER, JR. 

Chairman, Division of Social 

Sciences 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



BILL S. CALDWELL, III 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



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EUGENE W. JACOBS 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

B.A., MS Ed. 



KENNETH E. MELICHAR 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

B.A.. MA. 



15 




RUPERTO J. LOPEZ 

Chairman, Division of Natural 

Sciences 

B.S.. B.L., Ed.D., D. Nat.Sci. 




PHILLIP M. ILOFF, JR. 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

B.S., Ph.D. 





OLEN R. PEARSON 

Associate Professor of 

Physics and Mathematics 

B.S., M.S., M.Ed. 



MAJOR HENRY THOMPSON, USA 

Associate Professor of Military 

Science 

B.A., M.S., Ph.D. 



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ELLEN O'NEAL 

Director, Special Programs 

A.B., Ed., M.Ed., Ed.S. 



LINDA J. VAN SICKLE 

Reading and Writing Specialist 

B.A., M.S. in Ed. 




LINDA T. JAMES 

Counselor/Tutorial Coordinator 

B.S.W., M.A. 




PATRICIA AUSTIN 
Secretary, Special Programs 



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JACK GREEN 
Accounting 




EDDIE SMITH 
Speech & Drama 



Part 
Time 



WALTER C. HORNSBY 
English 





DUB JONES 
Education 



Faculty 



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GEORGE D. PAYNE 
Computer Science 




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MRS. MILDA KRANATS. Nurse 



MRS. MARJIE FRY. MRS. JO FRANKLIN. Dietitians 



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Me a Square? HA! HA! HA! 



Slim Whitman, Jr. 



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L to R: Denise Spencer, SGA Senior Representative. Senior Class Officers: Kathy Shook, Secretary/Treasurer; 
Robin Coile, President; Darrell Beckman, Vice President. 



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BOBBY ALEWINE 
Lavonia, Ga. 
Major: History 



JAMES BARNETT 
Forest Park, Ga. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Sociology 



Waiting tor some 





DARRELL BECKMAN 
Lake City, Fla. 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Physical Sci. 



DAVID BELL 

Clayton, Ga. 

Major: History Education 



BRENDA BRONER 

Cornelia, Ga. 

Major: Middle Grades Ed. 



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thing to develop . . . 



TINA CANTRELL 

Sautee, Ga. 

Major: Middle Grades Ed. 



CANDACE CARPENTER 
Clayton, Ga. 
Major: Business 





NEIL CAVE 


ROBIN COILE 


DEBBIE DYER 


Demorest, Ga. 


Danielsville, Ga. 


Cornelia, Ga. 


Major: Business Adm. 


Major: Sociology 


Major: Early Childhood Ed 


Minor: Physical Ed. 


Minor: Criminal Justice 





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RALPH EDWARDS 


EDDIE ELROD 


CONNIE FOSTER 


Mt. Airy, Ga. 


Toccoa, Ga. 


Lavonia, Ga. 


Major: Sociology 


Major: Business Adm. 


Major: Education 


Minor: History 


Sociology 






STANLEY FOUCHE 
Commerce, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 



KIM FOWLER 
Toccoa, Ga. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Sociology 



Party?' 



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DAVID GIBBS 


KENNETH GOSS 


ABE HARRIS 


Toccoa, Ga. 


Lavonia, Ga. 


Clarkesville, Ga. 


Major: History 


Major: Psychology 


Major: Business Adm 


Minor: Secondary Ed. 


Minor: Physical Ed. 


Minor: Accounting 
Music 




fardy?? 



NTA HENSHAW 


FUJIO ITO 


Nigeria 
Major: Biology 

Chemistry 


Japan 

Major: Business Adm 

Minor: Accounting 



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LARRY JAMESON 
Toccoa, Ga. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Sociology 



DALE JENNINGS 

Clarkesville, Ga. 

Major: Early Childhood Ed. 



RANDY KESLER 
Homer, Ga. 
Major: History 




KENNETH KOPP 
Athens, Ga. 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Music 



TIM LITTLE 
Rome, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Criminal Justice 



MIKE MARLOWE 
Clarkesville, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 



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JOHN MOLER 
Marietta, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 
ROTC 



Made in Japan! 






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CAREY MOON 


DOUGLAS PERRY 


MARGARET PORTER 


Toccoa, Ga. 


Carnesville, Ga. 


Cornelia, Ga. 


Major: History 


Major: History 


Major: Business Adm 


Minor: Business Adm. 


Minor: Sociology 


Minor: Psychology 



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WALTER PULMAN 
Toccoa, Ga. 
Major: 
Minor: 



DOROTHY READ 
Pocasset, Ma. 
Major: Sociology 



DAVID RUCKER 
Dewey Rose, Ga. 
Major: Social Work 
Minor: Physical Ed. 








IKKO SAKODA 


SYLVIA SANDERS 


KATHY SHOOK 


Japan 


Toccoa, Ga. 


Cornelia, Ga. 


Major: Mathematics 


Major: Middle Grades Ed. 


Major: History 
Minor: Music, 

Education 



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ANTHONY SIMS 
Cleveland, Ga. 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Music 



DENISE SPENCER 
Carnesville, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 
Social Work 
Minor: Biology 




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BETTY STOVALL 
Griffin, Ga. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Psychology 




BRIAN TERRELL 
Demorest, Ga. 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: Business Adm. 



DANNY THOMAS 
Cornelia, Ga. 
Major: Mathematics 
Accounting 



ANGELA THACKER 

Demorest, Ga. 

Major: Early Childhood Ed. 



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ROGER THOMAS 
Alto, Ga. 

Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Sociology 



WESLEY WANSLEY 
Carnesville, Ga. 
Major: Sociology 



PAT WIKLE 
Demorest, Ga. 
Major: Psychology 




NOT PICTURED 

Ron Barrett, Jewell Beatty Jr., Wayne Beck, William Cash, Pamela Cobb, 
Deborah Cole, Robin Cole, Harold Curry, Fred Dalton, Nancy Dalton, Hubert 
Davis, Terri Evans, Stuart Gaines, Lisa Ann Garrett, Randy Garrett, Karl 
Hefner, Kim Hogsed, Mary Holcomb, Shelby Jackson, Steve James, Jujuan 
Johnson, Chip Jones, Yutaka Kido, Richard Klauber, Mike Lothridge, Sarah 
McClure, Randall McCloskey, Donald Mock, Robert Quartel, Bobby 
Scroggs, Jane Simmons, Angie Smith, Gail Stevens, Sam Sutton, Debbie 
Vermilya, David Willingham 



COLLINS WILLINGHAM 
Cornelia, Ga. 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Criminal Justice 



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Underclassmen 




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TODD ADAMS 
Toccoa Ga. 




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HWIEMA BARNARD 
Monrovia, Liberia 




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ANITA CASEY 
Marietta, Ga. 




BUDDY COTTON 
Commerce, Ga. 




DAVID ALLEN 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




TERRI BEACHAM 
Demorest, Ga. 




\\ 

SHARI CLANTON 
Cumming, Ga. 







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NANCY DALTON 
Carnesville, Ga. 




GENA ALLEN 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




BETTY BURTON 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 




SHERRY CLEGG 
Marietta, Ga. 




PRESTON DIXON 
Demorest, Ga. 




KAREN ANDREWS 
Toccoa, Ga. 




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WILLIAM BURTON 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 




PAT COPELAND 
Toccoa, Ga. 




DEBORAH DOOLEY 
Toccoa, Ga. 



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BARRY ELDER 
Cornelia, Ga. 




SHERRI HEFNER 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 




MICHELE"~ KRISIAK 
Cleveland, Ga. 





HAROLD FRY 
Demorest, Ga. 




AMY JUSTUS 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




AH HAUT LAI 
Penang, Malaysia 





STACY GARLAND 
Martin, Ga. 




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PAUL KING 
Cornelia, Ga. 




AMY MARTIN 
Cornelia, Ga. 





MILTON HARRIS 
Demorest, Ga. 




CARRIE KOLLOCK 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




RANDY McGHEE 
Cleveland, Ga. 




CAROL MOORE 
Cornelia, Ga. 



RHONDA MOORE 
Cornelia, Ga. 



STEVE POWELL 
Toccoa, Ga. 



SIDNEY ROLAND 
Clarkesville, Ga. 



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LAURENCIA SANTAMARIA 
Baja, California 




MIKE SAVAGE 
Demorest, Ga. 




THERESA SHANNON 
Carnesville, Ga. 




TONY SHIRLEY 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




BILL SMITH 
Hartwell, Ga. 




HIROYUKI TAKEMURA 
Japan 





WYNN SMITH 
Cornelia, Ga. 




JANE TIMMS 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 





DAVIS SPEED 
Toccoa, Ga. 




RANDY VANN 
Woodstock, Ga. 





MARK SWANSON 
Clayton, Ga. 




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STEPHEN VARNER 
Cornelia, Ga. 




STEPHANIE WALDON 
Alto, Ga. 



ELAINE WATSON 
Cornelia, Ga. 



SANDY WEBB 
Clarkesville, Ga. 



ROGER WHITMIRE 
Toccoa, Ga. 



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MARGARET WHITTEN 
Cornelia, Ga. 



CINDY WICKS 
Gainesville, Ga. 



DALE WILKINS 
Toccoa, Ga. 



MARK WILLIAMS 
Mountain City, Ga. 




NOT PICTURED 
Gina Allen, Bryon Andrews, Emory Banister, Marcia Batson, Robert Campbell, Amy 
Chan, Darryl Dean, Lesa Duncan, Jeft Fabian, Taecey Gunn, Bob Gurley, William 
Hawkins, Dan Hinton, Karen Gailey, Terresa Hubacek, Diane Meeks, Terrie Neal, 
Keith Nuckolls, Deborah Pointer, Reynaldo Pol, Stella Price, Ronnie Royston, Mitzi 
Sims, Delbert Smith, Connie Stowe, Mark Whitworth, Laura Williams, Leo 
Anderson, Clinton Barksdale, Larry Gholston, Eddie Wallace, Thomas Wilson, 
Jacinta Wood, William Worrell 



BRENT WOOD 
Port Charlotte, Fla. 



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DEBORAH ALEXANDER 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 

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ARTHUR BENNETT 
Marietta, Ga. 




MAE BROWN 
Toccoa, Ga. 




JONI M. CASH 
Toccoa, Ga. 




KIM ANDREWS 
Baldwin, Ga. 




RONNY BENNETT 
Gainesville, Ga. 




KIMBERLY BROWN 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




SUSAN CASH 
Toccoa, Ga. 




USA BANKS 
Cornelia, Ga. 




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ANTHONY BLAIR 
Cornelia, Ga. 




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JEFF BRYSON 
Demorest, Ga. 




SCOTT CLEVELAND 
Hartwell, Ga. 




KATHY BATSON 
Baldwin, Ga. 




PAUL BLANKENSHIP 
Demorest, Ga. 




BEVERLY CANADY 
Martin, Ga. 




JOEY COCHRAN 
Cumming, Ga. 



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REGINALD COPELAND 
Marietta, Ga. 




DENISE ELROD 
Toccoa, Ga. 




DAVID FOUNTAIN 
Commerce, Ga. 





MARGARET COX 
Toccoa, Ga. 




JULIE ELROD 
Cornelia, Ga. 




BRENDA FRANKLIN 
Toccoa, Ga. 





DEBRA CRAIG 
Toccoa, Ga. 




JULIE FARMER 
Toccoa, Ga. 




BARBARA FRANKS 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




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BILL D'ENTREMONT 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




JACQUELINE FORD 
Athens, Ga. 




CAROLYN GARRETT 
Cornelia, Ga. 




TANDA GARRISON 
Jefferson, Ga. 



STAN GILES 
Clayton, Ga. 



SUSAN GILREATH 
Cleveland, Ga. 



ROBERT GUEST 
Toccoa, Ga. 



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PATRICK GUNTER 
Lula Ga. 



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TANYA LUTHI 
Baldwin, Ga. 




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TODD McKEY 
Toccoa, Ga. 





DANIEL HILSMAN 
Smyrna, Ga. 




PAUL MANNIKKO 
Demorest, Ga. 




BRENDA MIZELL 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 




DEBORAH NOLAN 
Demorest, Ga. 



KEIJI OKADA 
Aichi, Japan 




WHITNEY LEDBETTER 
Boynton Beach, Fla. 




RONALD MARTIN 
Cornelia, Ga. 




DEBORAH MURRAY 
Buford, Ga. 




KENNETH OWENS 
Toccoa, Ga. 




LIBBY LOVELL 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 



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GARY MAYFIELD 
Toccoa, Ga. 




CATHERINE NIX 
Conyers, Ga. 




TAMMY PARKS 
Griffin, Ga. 



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CARMEN PAYNE 
Demorest, Ga. 



ELAINE RITCEY 
Toccoa Ga. 



TERISA RODRIGUEZ 
Rabun Gap, Ga. 



NANCY SCOTT 
Demorest, Ga. 







BARRY SLATON 
Dawsonville, Ga. 



DEAN SMITH 



EDITH STROUD 
Gainesville, Ga. 



ABBY SUTTON 
Clarkesville, Ga. 






PATRICK TIMMS 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 



ROBBIE WEBER 
Port Charlotte, Fla. 



GARY WILCOX 
Clearwater, Fla. 




TONY WOLF 
Gainesville, Ga. 




NOT PICTURED 
Todd Adams, David Benfield, Guy Brown, Judie Burrell, Laura Burrell, Janet Butler, 
Keith Byrd, Ruth Campbell, Teresa Cash, Joyce Ann Dixon, Anita Dodgins, 
Teresa Dover, Ethel Drown, Mary Ford, Doris Gabrels, Debbie Grant, Jackie Hitt, 
Sheryl Hudson, Deborah Irvin, Donnie Ivester, Robert Jones, John Kennedy, 
Karen Landers, Suil Lee, Gail Lomax, Connie Maggard, Brian Mance, Sandra 
Mannikko. Claudia Mayeux, Carrie Moon, Joyce Nicholson, Odili Oruche, 
Jonathan Parry, William Read, Jeanine Sands, Lanita Shirley, Thomas Sledge, 
Jimmy Tallent, Tony Turpin, Randy Vann, Louise Williams, Naomi Wood 



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WILLIAM WOOD 
Cleveland. Ga. 



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CHARLES BANKS 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 




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JAN BARNETT 
Forest Park, Ga. 




KELLY BARNETTE 
Cornelia, Ga. 




ANGIE BEAVERS 
Canton, Ga. 



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CHRIS BIVINS 
Toccoa, Ga. 




WAYNE BLACKWELDER 
Toccoa, Ga. 




BRETT BOWEN 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




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CINDY BOWEN 
Demorest, Ga. 







DEBRA BURTON 
Also, Ga. 



TINA CALDWELL 
Punta Gorda, Fla. 



ALICE CARPENTER 
Toccoa, Ga. 



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ALLISON CARRUTH 
Cornelia, Ga. 




DAVID CARSON 
Madison, Ga. 




LINDA CHURCH 
Falmouth, Ma. 







NORMA COKER 
Cornelia, Ga. 




ANNETTE COLE 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 



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TIM CULPEPPER 
Toccoa Ga. 



TYRUS DEAL 
Toccoa, Ga. 



BARBARA SUE DODD 
Jefferson, Ga. 



BENJAMIN DORTCH 
Toccoa, Ga. 




ROSS DOVER 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




KAREN GREBA 
Hartwell, Ga. 




DONNA HUDSON 
Mt. Airy, Ga. 




GINA DUNCAN 
Demorest, Ga. 




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BOBBY GRIFFIN 
Lula, Ga. 




PAMELA HUGHES 
Hartwell, Ga. 




MISSY EDWARDS 
Cornelia, Ga. 




JEANETTE HARRIS 
Alpharetta, Ga. 




BARBARA HUNT 
Toccoa, Ga. 





MARY JEAN HAYNES 
Athens, Ga. 




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ROBIN HUNTER 
Decatur, Ga. 



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MARGIE FINLEY £/) 

Toccoa, Ga. — r— 



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HIROAKI ISHIKAWA 
Japan 




GWEN IVESTER 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




KENNETH JOHNSON 
Punta Gorda, Fla. 




CHAN KHAMVONGSA 
Demorest, Ga. 




PAUL KIERSNOWSKI 
Port Charlotte, Fla. 




HAROLD LEWALLEN 
Toccoa, Ga. 





DOUGLAS KING 
Atlanta, Ga. 




DARON MITCHELL 
Winterville, Ga. 





KURT LANGSTON 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




RICHIE MORRIS 
Alto, Ga. 





DIANE LEWALLEN 
Cornelia, Ga. 




MASAJI NEMOTO 




PAUL POOLE 
Toccoa, Ga. 



LAURA PRUITT 
Toccoa, Ga. 



MICHAEL RANDALL 
Toccoa, Ga. 



REGINA RICE 
Bowersville, Ga. 



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GAIL RITCEY 
Toccoa Ga. 




ANDREA SHEARIN 
Eastanollee, Ga. 




LORI SMITH 
Marietta, Ga. 





ANGELA RUSSELL 
Punta Gorda, Fla. 




ALICIA SIMMONS 
Demorest, Ga. 




JAN STONECYPHER 
Eastanollee, Ga. 





RICK SENA 
Punta Gorda, Fla. 




PAMELA SMISSON 
Commerce, Ga. 




DEBORAH STRONG 
Virgin Islands 





MARY JANE SESSIONS 
Sanford, Fla. 




ELAINE SMITH 
Cornelia, Ga. 




SABRINA SWANSON 
Cornelia, Ga. 




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PALMA TAR 
Venezuela 



DANIEL TAYLOR 
Cornelia, Ga. 



RANDY TENCH 
Demorest, Ga. 



PHIMPHA THAMMAVONGSA 
Demorest, Ga. 



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MICKEY THOMAS 
Toccoa Ga. 



JOSEPH WATKINS 
Milledgeville, Ga. 



PATRICIA WILEY 
Cornelia, Ga. 



REGINA WILEY 
Lula, Ga. 







NANCY WILKINSON 
Baldwin, Ga. 



DAVID WILLIAMS 
Eastanollee, Ga. 



SHARON WILLIS 
Marietta, Ga. 



LYNNDY WYNN 
Dalton, Ga. 



NOT PICTURED 
Margaret Abernathy, Eddie Allen, Judy Ambrose, Tracey Bales, Terry Blackwell, Thomas Brown, 
Bobby Busha, Pam Busha, Neill Campbell, Audrey Cathey, Deb Davis, Irish Dorris, David Eldridge, 
Eloise Farlow, Kim Foster, Lysa Gillette, Dale Glaze, Dennis Green, Johnny Hampton, Melvin Hinton, 
Kenneth lluma, Dotty Keller, Steve Keeling, Mark King, I. J. Kranats, Mary Ann McDonald, Jeft 
McGinnis, Martha Mann, Ronald Martin, Sandi Martin, Diann Matthews, Robert Morris, Bob Nelson, 
Kathy Nix, Deborah Paige, John Painter, Penny Payne, Christi Penick, Rhonda Pritchett, Jeffery Pruitt, 
Roy Quilliams, Kim Quinn, Dennis Ritchie, Elonda Rogers, Thomas Tyan, Freddie Shook, Elaine Simmons, 
Bobby Smith, Timothy Smith, Rhonda Strickland, Sandra Sullivan, Jerry Turner, Gregory Tyler, Tracy 
Vandiver, Connie Vaughn, Juanita Walters, Dean Watson, Lesa Wiley, Mitchell Williams, Barbara 
Young 



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Ten Commandments 

For 
Piedmont College Students 

1. Thou shalt worship the LORD thy God in Chapel each Wednesday. If for thy 
absence, thou hast not a valid excuse, thou shalt lose quality points therefor. 

2. Thou shalt maintain an attitude of reverence throughout the Chapel service and 
shalt keep thy mouth shut except when singing or praying aloud. Converse not 
with thy neighbor, but with thy God. 

3. Thou shall sign the Chapel program for thyself alone and not turn in a slip for 
one who is absent thereby perjuring thyself. 

4. If thou livest in the dormitory or within one mile of the College, thou shalt attend 
Sunday evening Vesper services at the College. 

5. Thou shalt attend all classes, for absences are daily reported and quality points 
deducted for unexcused absences. 

6. Thou shalt not sit or recline on the davenports of Daniel Hall or in the halls thereof, 
nor congregate in the halls while classes are in session, for surely the Dean will 
find you out. 

7. Thou shalt not eat or drink in the halls of Daniel Hall above the first floor, not 
in the classrooms, nor in the auditorium, nor the Chapel, nor in the Library at 
any time but thou shalt restrict thy eating and thy drinking to the Lions' Den. 
Thou shalt not smoke in the Lobby of Daniel Hall nor in the classrooms while classes 
are in session, nor in faculty offices unless the faculty member permits. 

8. Thou shalt use the Library for study and not conversation, and when thou goest 
into the Library thou shalt obey the rules thereof. Thou shalt not remove from 
the Library reference works, magazines, or other material which dost not circulate 
and at the end of each quarter thou shalt return to the Library those books which 
thou hast borrowed, in order that thy good name may be preserved. 

9. Thou shalt not keep living creatures in thy dormitory rooms or in the area of the 
residence halls, neither the birds of the air nor fish of the sea nor animal nor 
creeping thing that creeps upon the earth, without the express permission of the 
Dean, lest these buildings be turned into a zoo. 

10. Thou shalt conscientiously perform thy duties in the Work-Aid/Work-Study 
program and enter the hours that thou hast worked honestly, that thy days 
in the program may be prolonged. 




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L to R: Kimberly Brown, Gail Ritcey, Barry Slaton, Kenneth Kopp, Brian Terrell, Gary Mayfield, Elaine Ritcey, 
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WOMEN'S QUARTET 



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Ruth Campbell, V. Pres. 



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Mrs. Caridad P. Lopez, Professor of Foreign Languages 




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Kim Brown, Miss Spanish Honor Society '82 




Laurencia Santamaria, 

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Mrs. Caridad Lopez, Director 



Miss Spanish 
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Kim Brown and Laurencia Santamaria 



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GARY WILCOX, President 




DENISE SPENCER, Senior Rep. 



BARBARA DODD, Freshman Rep. 



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Seniors 
Last Will & Testament 

, Robin Coile, will my spot in the bullpen at Piedmont Stadium to 'the old man/ Tony Wolt 
(He needs the rest). 

, Eddie Elrod, will all my tests in Dr. King's class to Carole Moore. 

, Larry Jameson, will my sleeping place in Dr. Albea's room to Ken Owens. 

, Brenda Broner, will my charm and personality to Lisa Banks. 

, Kim Fowler, will my brains to Coach Ryder and my ability to do layouts to Michele Krisiak. 

, Anthony Sims, will my non-attendance ot choir to Dr. Greene. 

, David Rucker, will Piedmont basketball to A.B., Jr. 

, Kenneth Goss, will Organized Activities to Mr. Nix. 

, Darrell Beckman, will my ability to do a full quarter of chemistry labs in one day to Bill Smith. 

, Denise Spencer, will the ability to live, love, and support my dreams to Mrs. Albea and give 
all my money and clothes to Mrs. Duckett. 

, Tim Little, will my errors and cheap hits to Steve Powell. 

, Kathy Shook, will my darling son, Christopher, to Olen Pearson. 

, Rick 'Tiny' White, will my charge account at the Cheese Shoppe to everybody left at 
Piedmont. 



e Ann Albea, will my strong running heart to anyone who aspires to run a marathon (26.2 
miles) in under 2:30. 

, David Gibbs, will my seat on the baseball bus +o anybody man enough to want it. 

, Brian Terrell, will my trumpet to Mr. Boggess. 

, Nta Henshaw, will my ability to dissect and all my problems at Piedmont College to Carolyn 
Garrett. 

, Margaret Porter, will my place in the park to Amy Martin. 



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HUSTLING 




Jan Barnett, James Barnett 



Gail Ritcey, Brian Terrell 



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Patricia Copeland, and escort Barbara Franks, Randy Vann 

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Cindy Wicks, Johhny Shearouse 



Lesa and Ricky Duncan 



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This yearbook is the result of a few willing individuals who 
wanted it enough to pour hours into it. Appreciation 
should also be given to the businesses that supported 
us and to those who gave in less obvious ways, like 
entertaining my daughter, Nancy, so we could work. We 
hope we have given everyone an interesting collection 
of memories and good times at Piedmont. — Mrs. Mary 
Boggess, Yearbook Adviser. 




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1981-82 PIEDMONT LADY LIONS: 1st Row (L to R) - Coach Duwayne Keller, Tina Caldwell, Irish Doris, Cindy Wicks, 
Terresa Hubacek, Asst. Coach Brent Wood. 2nd Row - Angie Beavers, Jeanette Harris, Mary Jean Haynes, 
Tammy Parks. 3rd Row - Sharon Willis, Jackie Ford, Angela Russell. 4th Row - Lanita Shirley, Daron Mitchell, 
Connie Vaughn, Jane Timms. 




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L to R, 1st Row: Joe Watkins, Paul Kiersnowski, Johnnie Hampton, Ken Goss, Kenneth Johnson, Greg Tyler, Dwight 
Hubbert. 2nd Row: Paul Poole, Barry Slaton, Arthur Bennett, Robbie Weber, Frank Hizine, Reginald Copeland, 
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Hang on in there, Baby; you can do it. 



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Cheerleaders 




L to R: Mary Jane Sessions, Gina Duncan, Regina Rice, Pam Hughes, Alisia Simmons, Dot Keller, adviser. 




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Jeanette Harris District 25 Team, 1981-82 Basketball. David Rucker — — All-Conterence Basketball 

1981-82. 



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Compliments of Dr. & Mrs. James E. Walter 




Student Secretaries in the President's Office: Top - Connie Vaughn, Bottom - Debbie Strong 



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CATER TO PRIVATE 

PARTIES & MEETINGS 

2 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS 

CAPACITY 80 EACH 

OPEN 6 AM - 10 PM 

DAILY CAFETERIA 

1 1 AM - 2 PM 



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Gold's Department Store 



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Clarkesville Street 
Cornelia, Ga. 30531 





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441 By-Pass Baldwin, Ga. 



441 By-Pass Baldwin, Ga. 



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BUTTERWORTH 8c VERDERY 
Attorneys at Law 


SHERWOOD'S PHARMACY 
Cornelia, Georgia 


WILLIAMS TIRE 

East Tugalo Street 

Toccoa, Georgia 


BENFIELD INSURANCE AGENCY 
Herman Benfield, Owner 


DR. 8c MRS. JESSE P. PEIRCE 


DR. 8c MRS. HARVEY ALBEA 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 82 

Dr. E. Gerald Nix & Staff 
Gainesville, Georgia 




CJRRAHEE 
RINTING 
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214 South Big A Road 

Toccoa, Georgia 30577 

Telephone (404) 886-7421 



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STANDARD 
TELEPHONE CO. 



2000 INDUSTRIAL BOULEVARD 

P.O. BOX 400/CORNELIA, GEORGIA 

30531 

(404) 778-2201 




POULTRY PROCESSING EQUIPMENT 



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PO Box 627 

Cornelia. Georgia 30S31 

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Tel (40*) 778-7171 

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441 BY PASS 
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101 S. Main St. Cornelia, Ga. 30531 



Phone: (404) 778-9000 



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Weddings 

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Birthdays 

Reunions 

Studio or Outdoor Pictures 

Copy Service - Projector Bulbs 

Passports - Repair's 

Custom Framing - Cameras 

Kodak Darkroom chemicals 

On the Square Clarkesville, GA 30523 



PRESCRIPTIONS 




HABERSHAM 
PHARMACY 

STEVE RAMEY, R. Ph. 

PH. 754-6299 

CLARKESVILLE, GEORGIA 



Cornelia 
Coca-Cola 

Bottling 
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560 N. Main Street 

P.O. Box 370 

Cornelia, Georgia 30531 



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Compliments 

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Dean 



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PRESCRIPTIONS 




Turpen Drug Co. 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

Phone 754-4122 Clarkesville, Georgia 

SICK ROOM NEEDS - DRUGS - 

FIRST AID NEEDS - VITAMINS - 

BABY NEEDS 

Thank You 



Batson Food Store 

Claud Batson. Owner 

Hyw 441 

Demorest, Ga 




CORNELIA PHARMACY 



Phone 778-2258 



CORNELIA, GEORGIA 




Ramsey's Food Store 

Clarkesville, Ga. 



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